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Sebastian Sosa, IMF Resident Representative in Serbia

Sound Fiscal Policy Remains A Priority

If the global crisis deepens, it will...

H.E. Philippe Guex, Ambassador of Switzerland to Serbia

Challenging And Fascinating Time In Serbia

There are still many reforms to be...

Majo Mićović, President Of The Swiss-serbian Chamber Of Commerce

Cyber Security Has Become A Business Necessity

The new government should do well to...

H.E. Sem Fabrizi, Ambassador and Head Of The Delegation Of The EU To Serbia

Constructive Dialogue Needed

The current polarization is not healthy, particularly...

News

Italy Sends Serbia The Medical Team To Help Fight COVID19

The Italian Embassy in Belgrade announces that a six-member medical team has arrived in Serbia: two anesthesiologists, one emergency...

Farewell Visit Of The Ambassador Of Israel To Serbia

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with Ambassador of Israel to Serbia Alona Fisher Kamm and on that occasion pointed...

Air Serbia Introduces New Measures Due To Coronavirus

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Air Serbia re-introduced flight bans and travel restrictions and is forced to further adjust...

Binding Verdict In Favour Of ABC Serbia

After a process lasting eight years, the High Commercial Court of the Republic of Croatia has brought a binding...

EU Donates €16m For Water Transport Projects

The European Commission approved non-repayable funds in the amount of €16 million for financing projects in the field of...

Kyle Scott, Ambassador of the United States of America

Sharing Past & Future

I’m delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to CorD’s publication recognizing the close ties and productive partnership between Serbia and the United States of America. Our two countries share a historical alliance, benefit from today’s productive collaboration, and I look forward to even closer ties in the future

This summer, Serbia and the United States will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Serbia Day in the United States, when the Serbian flag flew over the White House and President Woodrow Wilson encouraged Americans to keep our Serbian allies in their thoughts and prayers.

We are proud of our shared past of course. Perhaps even more important for Serbia’s future are the things we are doing together today. We agree with President Vučić: Serbia’s future lies in the European Union. Serbia is making considerable strides toward membership. As it implements the reforms necessary to join, Serbia will benefit from the peace, stability, prosperity, and rising living standards that are the hallmarks of strong European democracies.

The United States and Serbia are working together every day to move Serbia closer to its goal of joining the European Union and to build a Balkans region that is peaceful and prosperous

The people of the United States continue to support Serbia in achieving its goal of EU membership, including by providing millions of dollars annually to support rule of law and law enforcement reforms, military training, economic development, border securitization, and capacity-building for civil society. U.S. development assistance to Serbia has been substantial, totalling almost $1 billion since 2001.

American companies increasingly see Serbia as a good place to do business. Serbia’s high-quality, multilingual workforce attracts private investment. We enjoy a strong economic partnership, with roughly $4 billion in U.S. investments and almost 20,000 Serbians employed by U.S.-owned companies. And that number grows every day.

The United States and Serbia are working together every day to move Serbia closer to its goal of joining the European Union and to build a Balkans region that is peaceful and prosperous. We will continue that work in the coming year, and we expect our joint successes to continue.

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